Category Archives: Final Digital Comic Collage

Final Digital Comics Collage: Kylie Michael

For my comic I wanted to focus on one of my hobbies. I got a sewing machine when I was eleven years old. My friend Elizabeth’s mom gave me sewing lessons. I have created many projects using my sewing machine. … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage by Daylon Hicks

This project was tough for me because it was hard for me to find items to scan because for the items I bring to college, I don’t have too much of. The reason for this is because I am a … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Maddy West

When creating my comic, I knew that I wanted to create something that really represented me and who I am as an individual. Throughout my life, my mom has regularly made memory boxes that focus on specific years in my … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Bryce Ames

My creative motivations came from working with the first piece that was an aluminum cutout and was the springboard for my idea of using the texture of this metal to be seen as armor. The aesthetic experience I was looking … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage

My comic fits into the Scott McCloud’s definition of a comic because it shows a set of images that I use to try and describe myself, which would cover the part in Scott McCloud’s definition of “conveying information”. My hope … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Pablo Yong

I used the frame of a fan to frame each image. The items are arrange loosely based on their complexity, with raw materials on one end and a phone on the other, it shows a sort of progression. I chose … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Yanir Govrin

My image fits in to Scott McCloud’s definition very well. I basically made a “standard” comic that has separate panels. I came up with the idea for this comic before I scanned anything so everything is scanned was planned out … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Ethan Miller

For my digital comic collage, I was inspired by Lynda Barry’s work in her book, she made each page feel almost chaotic, a mess of different words and pages in the background to still convey an idea. I tried to … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Jaclyn Seifert

Motivations My creative motivations and aesthetic experiences I hope viewers first examine from my collage are that it is a comic of my life. That is pretty simple to examine and a lot of my inspiration came from two specific … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Sabrina Hoenes

For my comic I wasn’t entirely to sure what story or experience I wanted to convey. I went back and forth between ideas. Looking back at Lynda Barry’s “What It Is” and taking into consideration Scott McClouds definition of comics, … Continue reading

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